She may be the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner sisters, but Kylie was never going to be overshadowed by her older sisters. In fact, she is arguably one of the most successful members of the family.
Revealing plans for her own skincare and makeup brand in 2015, the launch came after months of speculation over whether or not she had lip fillers. Finally admitting what many had long suspected, she used the relentless media coverage to her advantage and so Kylie Cosmetics was born. Clearly inheriting the entrepreneurial spirit of her mother, the 24-year-old managed to take the reins the way the story was described, and it’s safe to say that she did pretty well.
Initially focused solely on lip kits, production quickly expanded to include a line of other makeup and skin care products and Kylie Cosmetics is now a global company valued at over $ 1 billion. . Quite impressive for someone who the audience says has no talent.
Now six years old, the hype around the brand has yet to dissipate and new launches are still selling out in record time. Securing merchandise is about to get a lot easier for Irish shoppers as the reality TV star has confirmed that Kylie Cosmetics (which is also cruelty-free and vegan) will soon be available to buy online and at select Boots stores. nationwideâ¦ and by soon I mean next week soon.
Boots has already opened on online waiting list, encouraging all interested makeup enthusiasts to register so that they are the first to learn more about the cult beauty launch. Adding your name to the waiting list will also give you an exclusive preview of the collection the day before its official launch on September 29. Those who spend â¬ 35 on Kylie goodies will also receive a free Kylie Skin Walnut face scrub worth â¬ 27 (while supplies last).
Kylie Cosmetics will be available for purchase on Boots.ie from September 29 and in select stores from October 16.